Elm helpers for working with Jwt tokens.
A collection of functions to decode Jwt tokens, and to use them for authenticated CRUD requests.
Decode a token
A Jwt is a Base64 string that has three parts
* header * content * signature
The library functions
tokenDecoder provide the means to decode the content of a token, while
isExpired specifically analyse whether the token remains within its expiry time.
Make an authenticated CRUD request
The library also provides modified versions of Elm standard Http functions to make CRUD requests with the Authorization header set to "bearer "
let url = "http://example.com/new" body = jsonBody <some Value> in Jwt.post token url body (Json.Decode.field "confirmation" Json.Decode.string)
- 6.0.0: 0.19
- 5.3.0: Adds decoder got Elixir-Guardian token
- 5.2.0: Update NodeJS example
- 5.1.0: Adds a decoder for the Firebase Jwt.
- 5.0.0 (Elm 0.18): Corrects a typo in name of checkTokenExpiry and separates out createRequestObject
- 4.0.0 (Elm 0.18): Elm's Http library has undergone a major rewrite for 0.18 and this library depends upon it. As a result much has changed and you are encouraged to re-look at the examples and the docs.
- 3.0.0 (Elm 0.18): Elm 0.17 users should use version 2.0.0.
- 2.0.0 (Elm 0.17): The one breaking change is that authenticate now returns
Task JwtError Stringrather than
Task never (Result JwtError String). It is better to leave it to the user to handle the conversion to a Cmd. Elm 0.16 users should use version 1.0.2.